Grange Leisure Park has a strong reputation as one of the top destinations for fishing holidays in Lincolnshire.
With its quiet countryside setting and six mature fishing lakes packed to the gills with good-sized carp, bream, roach, perch and a few more besides, it’s easy to see why Grange Park is such a popular choice for fishing holidays in the region.
Whether you’re an expert angler or a complete novice you’ll find everything you need on site, with a handy bait and tackle shop. Our experts can even give you advice and tips on the best locations and techniques – so you’ll be guaranteed to land a whopper!
Fishing costs from just £4 per day but is included free of charge when you book a caravan or touring/camping holiday with us. Our lakes are stacked with Roach, Rudd, Carp, Perch, Tench, Bream, Gudgeon, Eels and Crucian Carp.
Enjoy a stay in top quality self-catering accommodation, fish for as long as you like during the day and then enjoy great food and drink in a beautiful setting in the evening. Sound good?
Grange Leisure, with its refurbished leisure and entertainment complex, has it all. It really is the perfect place for fishing holidays in Lincolnshire – and all at our outstanding value for money too!
Take a closer look at our fishing lakes by browsing the gallery of images below
Got a question about fishing at Grange Leisure? Take a look at our FAQs below where it may already have been answered…
Q: Do I need a licence to fish at Grange Leisure?
A: Yes, you will require an Environment Agency Rod Licence, available on line from and you will also need to purchase either a day ticket or weekly pass
Q: How much does it cost and is it free for holiday park residents?
A: Fishing costs from £4 per day, but is included in the price when you book a touring caravan holiday with us
Q: Can local resident also fish here?
A: Yes, the park is open to everyone and we welcome our local residents
Q: Are there any restrictions on what sort of bait I can use?
A: Yes, you cannot use ground bait, hemp, tares or bloodworm. We only allow barbless fishing hooks too
Q: What fish can I catch at Grange Leisure?
A: Roach, Rudd, Carp, Perch, Tench, Bream, Gudgeon, Eels, Crucian Carp
Q: Can I keep the fish I catch?
A: No, all fish must be carefully returned to the lake
Q: How deep is the water at Grange Leisure?
A: The lakes vary in depth from approximately 4 feet to 10 feet deep in places